ALDI customers are asking if it will bring back a popular household staple – but the chain isn’t budging.
When stores discontinue items, it can happen for a variety of reasons, including poor sales and manufacturing problems.
But that doesn’t stop some customers from begging a retailer to bring back their favorites.
An Aldi fan asked on X about the scented candle with tobacco blossom and soy blend from Huntington Home.
The customer who asked wrote: “Eh hem, sorry.” @AldiUSAcurious when you’re bringing these back??”
In response, Aldi said there were “no plans to share it yet” – but it would inform its team that the product was missing.
However, customers may still be able to find the Huntington Home product – just not at Aldi.
Currently, the soy blend scented candle is listed on Amazon for $19.25.
It comes with three wicks and the burn time is up to 60 hours.
Amazon customers rate it 4.6 out of five stars.
Aldi now has other scented candles from Huntington Home on offer.
These include gardenia, vanilla and tropical shoots.
Although prices may vary by location, they are selling for just $4.95 each at a local store seen by The US Sun.
In comparison, Walmart is selling a gardenia-scented candle for $18.99, with a $4 discount on sale.
More ALDI products discontinued
But unfortunately, Aldi fans have had to say goodbye to other popular products recently.
This also includes the Earth Grown Chickenless Tenders.
The vegan brand of course avoids meat, poultry and seafood.
Previously, the meatless tenders were sold in 10-ounce boxes.
Aldi has eliminated its “liveGfree” branded packaging.
The wraps have previously been sold in original and spinach varieties in 10.5-ounce packages.
What’s more, they were gluten-free and Aldi said there were “no plans to return”.
Another affected liveGFree product includes the entire bagels range.
Customers used to be able to buy them in three varieties: All, Cinnamon or Natural, but now they have all been phased out.
Aldi has also discontinued two Specialty Selected brand snacks: the Emmental and Gouda cheese bites.
Aldi described on the label that both chips, sold in 4.4-ounce bags, had a sweet and creamy cheese flavor.
As for other popular brands in stores, Pringles has discontinued four flavors.
And Silk has eliminated a whole bunch of flavors.